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Abraham Alexander

Abraham Alexander Is Ready for His Star Turn

Abraham Alexander is ready to follow his friends Leon Bridges and Charley Crockett onto the national stage.
Things to Do in Dallas

Things To Do in Dallas This Weekend

How to enjoy local arts, culture, food, fitness, and more in Dallas.
By D Magazine

Inside DFW’s Experience Economy: How Virtual Entertainment Is Now Evolving the Real World

The melding of real with virtual turned DFW into a sports-centric ‘eatertainment’ powerhouse. Here's what local powerhouses have to say about the future of the experience economy.
Ennis Texas

How to Spend a Day in Ennis

Texas’ official bluebonnet city is also known for its Czech heritage. Head down south to Ennis for plenty of kolaches, the National Polka Festival, and a drive-in movie.
Mylan Nguyen ceramics
Arts & Entertainment

Oak Cliff Artists Open Their Studios to the SpeedBump Tour

For the past 23 years, Oak Cliff’s SpeedBump tour invites you to stop and meet the artists in their home habitats. Not only can locals see the latest works from artists around town, but the tours are building a community.
By Reagan Mathews


R L Griffin

R.L. Griffin, Dallas’ Adopted King of Blues

On a road trip to East Texas, R.L. Griffin learns that you can never go home. Which is just as well, because the Dallas legend runs the best, most booty-shaking club in town.
By Bill Sanderson
Diffa fashion

House of DIFFA’s Couture Jacket Auction is a Life Saver

DIFFA Dallas doesn’t just want to throw the fashion party of the year. They want to get your attention.
Eduardo Sarabia mixed media

The Contemporary Showcases the International Impact of a Mexican Ceramics Factory

A pair of exhibitions brings Mexican ceramics to the Dallas Contemporary.
By Lauren Smart
Person of Interest

The Director of the Dallas Contemporary Wants to Disturb the City’s Art Scene

Carolina Alvarez-Mathies is a New York transplant on a mission to spark curiosity amongst art lovers in our city. Here’s a look at Alvarez-Mathies’ day to day as an executive director and why she has been dubbed the Paris Hilton of El Salvador.
Claude Spider webb

How Luckenbach Led Me to Open a Bar in a Former Bank

I'd been a teacher, a preacher, and a basketball coach. But my dream since my days at Adair's had always been to open a beer joint where I could drink with my friends.